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Close-Up Talk Radio Spotlights Dr. Paulette Pitt

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Sherman, TX –  With specialization in adolescent and child psychology, Dr. Paulette Pitt helped establish the Applied Psychology Group of Texoma. APG has provided superior mental health assessment and treatment services since 2009. However, knowing the severity of the situation in the North Texas and Southeastern Oklahoma areas, Dr. Pitt committed herself to helping everyone in need as she established and is President of the Board for the not-for-profit group, behavioral concepts, incorporated, whose mission is to serve individuals having significant behavioral disorders. Additionally, she serves on the board for the Grayson County Child Advocacy Center, whose mission is to serve child victims of abuse.

Dr. Pitt’s dedication is only partially displayed through her extensive studies, degrees, certifications, and the tremendous amount of experience she’s accumulated. After completing her Master’s in counseling from the University of North Texas in 2001, Dr. Pitt worked as a domestic abuse counselor. Also, she worked in a pre-school that integrated autistic children in the class, all while studying for her doctoral degree in psychology from Texas Woman’s University, which she obtained in 2008.

Remaining dedication can be found in how Dr. Pitt and her staff at Applied Psychology Group serve the community. With behavioral concepts, inc., partnered with Dr. Jill Schurr of Austin College, Dr. Pitt aims to teach others how to identify and treat cases of those having significant behavioral problems, while serving those who deserve treatment regardless of financial status.

For information about Dr. Pitt & Applied Psychology Group of Texoma visit www.apgtexoma.com or call 903-893-0298. For information on behavioral concepts, inc. visit www.bcitexoma.org or call 903-718-0500.